Pour une approche cognitive et multiscalaire des conflits environnementaux

Abstract : Starting with artificial light as new object damage and emerging environmental problem, this paper intends to develop a general reflection showing the importance of a greater consideration of cognitive dimensions of the damage and risk analysis in environmental conflicting processes. We show how the cost-benefit analysis after the neoclassical theory of production, often used in the search for Pareto-optimal state and in the policies of monetary compensation to resolve environmental conflicts can - indeed must - be strongly challenged. Also, with this reasoning, we oppose an analysis in terms of cognitive interactions that groups develop around environmental goods and items of damage, thus contributing to the social construction of these, as their evolution (emergence, maintenance or even decline).
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André Larceneux, Samuel Challéat. Pour une approche cognitive et multiscalaire des conflits environnementaux. 48ème colloque de l'Association de Science Régionale de Langue Française (ASRDLF), Jul 2011, Schoelcher, Martinique. ⟨hal-00925296⟩



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